Kevin Callahan is cofounder and VP of innovations at MapMyFitness, a company powering the Internet’s largest social network of fitness enthusiasts (now over 15 million users strong). The MapMyFitness suite of website and mobile applications, under the MapMyRun and MapMyRide flagship products, use built-in GPS technology to provide users with the ability to map, record, and share their activity in an online database and on their social platforms. Kevin was previously lead architect at SiteLab; VP of technology at Universal Travel Insurance; and director of development at PopStick. He attended Johns Hopkins University, receiving a BS in mechanical engineering.
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